I have been making the fudge from the back of the marshmallow cream jar for years and always thought it was the best, but decided to make Aunt Teens fudge because of all the good reviews. Although similar, from the recipe on the jar you put the marshmallow cream in last and Aunt Teen's recipe you put the marshmallow cream in the beginning and let it cook. Do it her way. This year, I made my old standby from the back of the marshmallow jar, and then I made fudge by following Aunt Teen's recipe exactly and it came out great, except was a little soft so I made it once more, this time I let it boil 6 minutes stirring constantly and at the end added marshmallows to make a rocky road fudge and it was the BEST! It was a little harder to spread in the pan and you do have to work fast, have everything ready to throw in. At our family gathering the rocky road fudge was the first to go, followed by the other aunt teen recipe fudge. I still have some of the fudge I made following the recipe from the back of the jar. You can't go wrong following this recipe. Putting the marshmallow cream in the beginning and letting it cook for about 6 min will make all the difference. I kept the fudge out on the table and unlike the fudge from the recipe on the jar, the rocky road fudge did not soften. Everybody loved it. Do Not put the marshmallow cream in last, believe me it makes a huge difference. It tastes like the type you would buy at a state fair. So Good!
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I have been making the fudge from the back of the marshmallow cream jar for years and always...